Social Justice, Multicultural Counseling, and Practice: Beyond a Conventional Approach

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  • Part I: A Practitioner's Awareness of Her Own Worldview

    Part II: A Practitioner's Awareness of Systematic Oppression/Privilege and Internalized Oppression/Privilege

    Part III: A Practitioner's Awareness of the Client's worldview

  • Dedication

    To my students, clients, and sons, Gabriel and Eliot, who led me and lead me to grow emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually

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    Preface

    Iinitially had no intention of writing a book. I had been getting great satisfaction from teaching psychology, including multicultural counseling, and maintaining a part-time private practice. I was satisfied with my small part in facilitating a path of empowerment for my students and clients. However, I started to struggle with a question: What is my responsibility for a broader social change in the areas of diversity, multiculturalism, and pluralism? I have been successful on a small scale of social change, since the majority of my students have been implementing multicultural counseling theories into practice. Some of my former students had encouraged me to write a book about the multicultural program model to share with others who also want to make a small difference in the area of multicultural counseling. However, I was hesitant to enter the arena where other authors had promoted inclusiveness and a holistic perspective yet implemented these concepts according to a model of hierarchy and one-upmanship, negating the very perspective they were championing.

    Reports on the substantial increase in multiracial and biracial people and people with diverse social identities, the increasing amount of thorough and well-done research in multicultural counseling, and frustration from not finding ways to bridge multicultural theories into practice set me free from my excuse. I no longer wanted to spend time struggling with my responsibility in areas of diversity, multiculturalism, and pluralism. My answer to the nagging question was to write a book on multicultural counseling and share what has worked in my multicultural counseling programs since 1996. What I would like to share is that practitioner-trainees can learn to view others from a holistic perspective by transcending inappropriate dichotomous, linear, and hierarchical thinking and transforming these thinking styles/patterns to holistic thinking. They can also learn multicultural issues through transformative learning, which facilitates compassion, resilience, collaboration, and understanding, and implementing social justice not only for the self but for others.

    The book's proposals of shifting thinking and learning styles are basic foundations of dealing with multicultural issues locally, nationally, or internationally (globally). Once a practitioner-trainee learns to shift both thinking and learning styles, he/she/ze can work with individuals with complex demographic identities and dynamic and complex sociocultural contexts.

    HeesoonJunPhDEvergreen State College, Olympia, WA

    Acknowledgments

    This book is a product of several people's contributions. It was born as a result of their talents, gifts, and generosity. I am grateful to all of them.

    Former senior editor at SAGE Dr. Art Pomponio's suggestion to include my students', my clients', and my own stories as examples was especially valuable, as was the willingness of Ms. Kassie Graves, acquisitions editor at SAGE, to finish someone else's project. Not only was she supportive of my ideas on including multiple identities and their intersections for accurate assessment and treatment, but her support extended to being flexible in allowing my vision and recruiting other scholars to review my drafts. Much appreciation goes to those scholars, especially to Dr. Judith Durham for her thoughtful suggestions for the final draft and Dr. Paul Pedersen, one of the leading pioneers in the field, for his generous and reassuring feedback on the final draft. Ms. Veronica Novak at SAGE linked all of us together.

    My son, Gabriel Aust, and my dear friend, Earle McNeil, cannot be thanked enough for reading the entire manuscript for critique and encouragement. Their input was invaluable due to their passion and practice for social justice and equity. After 30 years of teaching sociology and psychology at the University of Puget Sound and Evergreen State College, Earle continues his social justice work by volunteering at a food bank and senior citizens’ center. Gabriel works as a social worker to prevent injustice against children and marginalized families. Their generosity and dedication to social justice and their willingness to assist were instrumental to maintaining my energy level throughout the process. My sincere appreciation goes to my former students and clients for their permission to share their stories. All stated they wanted to contribute to the important work of social justice and equity for all people.

    I am grateful to Ms. Sarah Quesenberry, production editor at SAGE, who let me know detailed schedules of the copyediting stages. She was open, flexible, and resourceful. Ms. Melinda Masson, a freelance copy-editor, was thorough with detailed observation for each sentence and brilliant in facilitating what I wanted to express. Her thoroughness and insightful suggestions were invaluable.

    Each one's talent, gift, expertise, or generosity led me to reflect and reprocess my way of thinking, feeling, and writing. The process provided me with my own transformative learning experience.

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    About the Author

    Dr. Heesoon Jun has a master's degree in psychology from Radford University in Virginia and a doctorate in psychology from the University of Washington. Currently she resides in Washington state where she is a licensed psychologist with a part-time private practice and teaches psychology, including multicultural counseling, at Evergreen State College.

    Dr. Jun was born into and raised by a religiously tolerant but race- and class-biased family in Seoul, South Korea. She came to the United States alone to study psychology as an undergraduate where she experienced a status change from the majority to the minority and privileged to oppressed. Dr. Jun's bicultural and bilingual experiences have been instrumental in facilitating an interest in the impact of sociocultural contexts on one's own values, beliefs, and automatic thoughts and how to implement social justice and equity for diversified populations.


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